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Four-year-old Desmond Minshall makes bubbles in his chocolate milk while having a snack at the Oak Bay Kiwanis tearoom on opening day Saturday. Customers crowded the popular spot for breakfast and their famous French fries, celebrating the opening as a sure sign of spring.    - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Four-year-old Desmond Minshall makes bubbles in his chocolate milk while having a snack at the Oak Bay Kiwanis tearoom on opening day Saturday. Customers crowded the popular spot for breakfast and their famous French fries, celebrating the opening as a sure sign of spring.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

Four-year-old Desmond Minshall makes bubbles in his chocolate milk while having a snack at the Oak Bay Kiwanis tearoom on opening day Saturday. Customers crowded the popular spot for breakfast and their famous French fries, celebrating the opening as a sure sign of spring.

 

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